10%. This is the drop in daily fruit and vegetable consumption among a range of American age groups since 2004, according to State of the Plate research conducted by the Produce for Better Health Foundation. The report shows that most Americans currently eat fruits and vegetables just once each day—or even less often than that. Vegetable consumption has seen the most significant decline, with a 16% drop in frequency. Despite decades of public health efforts, America’s produce intake continues to be rotten.

See also: 5 Servings of Fruits and Vegetables